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  1. Find a piece of each that you know for sure is...

    Find a piece of each that you know for sure is phosphor bronze and/or berylium copper
    Then etch it with any acid you have at hand and see the differences
    Probably there will be some If not Get...
  2. Depends If it is a MT5 spindle you can find...

    Depends
    If it is a MT5 spindle you can find plenty of tooling
    Even adaptors MT5 to Iso 30 I presume
    If it is a direct collet type you have to find some collets or find someone with a ID...
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    Oil should be halfway up Peter

    Oil should be halfway up

    Peter
  4. Nobody mentioned it They all advise a...

    Nobody mentioned it
    They all advise a unexperiened welder to go ahead
    I would drill a hole on my milling machine and tap it and put a bolt in it
    Even possible drilling by hand with the proper...
  5. I loaded a CNC lahe once using the blocking under...

    I loaded a CNC lahe once using the blocking under the mast methode
    The machine was 4.5 tons The truck 4 tons but the COG was too far out
    I could pull the lathe(which was on a skid) with the...
  6. Perhaps silver soldering is a alternative ...

    Perhaps silver soldering is a alternative
    Really fast if you are set up for it
    Or even Tin lsilver solder at even lower temperatures

    Peter
  7. To me it seems much easier to step up the ...

    To me it seems much easier to step up the 120volts to 220volts using a single phase transformer and then use a VDF to take it to 3 ph The slow start option comes at a bones and also adjusting the...
  8. One of their greatest achievment was salvaging...

    One of their greatest achievment was salvaging the Russian submarine Kursk

    Peter
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    CIP port of destination Better as CIF CIP...

    CIP port of destination
    Better as CIF

    CIP (or Carriage and Insurance Paid To) is an Incoterm® where the seller is responsible for the delivery of goods to an agreed destination in the buyers...
  10. If they could make a lathe they could also make a...

    If they could make a lathe they could also make a planer
    Most if not all of those curved surfaces can be made on a planer using a template in the shape of the curve

    Peter
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    I have no problem selling and shipping to private...

    I have no problem selling and shipping to private persons inside or outside the EU
    Ask a different compagnie then
    I know the Norwegian Bring Cargo does not deliver to private persons

    Peter
  12. Perhaps linear motors will take over Do these...

    Perhaps linear motors will take over
    Do these have seperate ways BTW ??

    Peter
  13. Isn`t the development in tooling dictating ...

    Isn`t the development in tooling dictating linear ways ???

    Peter
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    Replacement ball screw

    A friend of mine asked if I wanted to investigate where to buy a new ball screw for his 15 year old Z&B surface grinder
    Diam is 40 mm Pitch also 40 mm Lenght about 2.5 mtr It needs to have a low...
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    Everything is made out of rubber Peter

    Everything is made out of rubber

    Peter
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    I was thinking about it To make this work you...

    I was thinking about it
    To make this work you have to when you assemble the machine new and with the adjusting bolts loose pointing the headstock down a bit Then with the adjusting bolts you can...
  17. I worked in a spinning mill for a while And they...

    I worked in a spinning mill for a while And they had thousands of rubber rollers
    When these were worn they had a centerless grinder with a drum that had emery cloth wrapped around it as a grinding...
  18. I had great succes with sanding We did it on a...

    I had great succes with sanding
    We did it on a lathe with a beltsander with a aluminium wheel on the lathe

    Peter
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    Oke Great You found your adjusting bolts ...

    Oke Great
    You found your adjusting bolts

    The one thing happening now perhaps (and I say perhaps) the spindle is pointing upwards
    Or the spindle was pointing downwards at first ??
    If the...
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    This thread is intresting too Rambaudi V2...

    This thread is intresting too

    Rambaudi V2 mill clean and repair
    I have rebuild a couple of these in the past

    Peter
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    On the drawings the OP posted you can see the...

    On the drawings the OP posted you can see the headstock is bolted to the ways from the underside of the ways

    Perer
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    On that french website where you can find a lott...

    On that french website where you can find a lott of documentation there is also some for the 40 45 and SN50
    All machines are almost identical
    lTOS SN 40 - 45 - 50 A, B, C
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    Demon I never had good luck to put a gap back...

    Demon
    I never had good luck to put a gap back in place accurate Perhaps it is my fault but it is
    I would remove the gearbox for the feeds and take of the headstock and see from there
    Even if...
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    In principal I gave him the same advice as you...

    In principal I gave him the same advice as you did Only you forgot to mention the consequenses of twisting the bed Namely that the tailstock gets out of wack every other position
    There is good...
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    Possible Hard to say But if he wants to go the...

    Possible Hard to say
    But if he wants to go the route of adjusting the headstock he needs to remove the gearbox for threading anyhow
    Then you can see more
    It is just a matter of disassembling...
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